King of Prussia Town Center, Montgomery County’s 260,000 square-foot, groundbreaking experiential outdoor center owned and managed by CBRE Global Investors, continues to attract growing businesses while implementing seasonal programming for the community to enjoy.

Since the Town Center’s first tenant opened its doors in July 2016, the Town Center’s focus has been on attracting lively, experiential businesses to complement the walkability of Main Street and the Town Square’s open green space. Now, one year later, with nearly 90 percent of the Center leased, the Town Center introduces five new tenants, and details about their openings.

The newest addition to the center’s robust dining lineup is Duck Donuts, which opened its doors in early July. The made-to-order doughnut company from Duck, North Carolina has amassed a loyal following along the East Coast for its handcrafted donuts with complex flavor combinations and Instagram-worthy designs. A second new offering at the Town Center is Muse Paintbar. Muse combines step-by-step painting instruction from local artists with a bar and restaurant. Contributing to the Center’s vibrant and entertaining atmosphere, Muse opened its doors in August as the perfect venue for date night, a corporate event, a girls’ night, or a family outing. Muse also offers private parties including bachelorette parties, kids’ parties, fundraisers, and more.

A variety of successful programming initiatives have also debuted at the center this year, including a collection of summer events with outdoor movie screenings, live musical entertainment and pop-up Yoga classes by the King of Prussia District. Outdoor experiences are the pinnacle of the lifestyle center, which is centered around the Town Square, a communal green space which will continue to be activated with free events and programming that will continue into the fall and winter months.


Here’s what’s opening this summer:

MidiCi Neapolitan Pizza –  MidiCi The Neapolitan Pizza Company is committed to providing pizza lovers with authentic Neapolitan Pizza served in an upscale dining atmosphere while maintaining the ease and affordability of a casual restaurant concept. Honoring the tradition, passion and art of Neapolitan Pizza-making the way it was invented over 300 years ago in Naples, Italy, MidiCi was designed to foster authentic human connections and reflect the brands philosophy of, “People are the best thing that can happen to anyone.” Pronounced Mee-Dee-Chee, MidiCi means, You tell me! in Italian, reflecting a dual meaning at the core of the concept: the value of people telling each other about their lives and fostering friendships, and the personalization approach to authentic Neapolitan Pizza. In addition to Neapolitan Pizza, MidiCi serves gourmet appetizers, burrata, salads, and desserts made from fresh, natural, almost all non-GMO ingredients in an open kitchen called “the Heart.”

Choolaah Indian BBQ – Stemming from the ancient northern-Indian tradition where people gathered around a community oven or “sanja chulha” to share their stories and fresh-baked breads hot from tandoor ovens, Choolaah is a fresh take on this timeless experience of sitting, sharing and savoring good company and good food, every day. With authentic recipes curated from scratch and comprised of premium, wholesome ingredients, Choolaah introduces an innovative approach to Indian cuisine that is exotically familiar, audaciously American, and authentically unconventional. Intentionally modern design compliments the top-quality cuisine in this genre-busting eatery, which brings its commitment to sustainable, accessible, and affordable fine dining to King of Prussia.

Town Center Nail Spa– A full service nail salon, Town Center Nail Spa will offer a wide variety of nail care services such as manicures, pedicures, and nail enhancements.

Founding Farmers – The farmer-owned eatery based out of Washington D.C. offers American food and drink in a modern and eco‐friendly urban farmhouse setting. The restaurant has gained international recognition for its triple‐green approach to sustainable agriculture, earth‐ friendly operations and the first upscale-casual, full‐service LEED Gold restaurant in the country. The menus feature classic dishes inspired by the heartland, with delicious food and drink sourced from sustainable producers. Founding Farmers is also recognized for its exceptional bar program, featuring award‐winning handcrafted cocktails inspired by pre‐Prohibition-era libations, and spirits that they make in their own distillery, Founding Spirits.

The Habit Burger Grill – The Habit Burger Grill is a burger-centric, fast casual restaurant concept that specializes in preparing fresh, made-to-order chargrilled burgers and sandwiches featuring USDA choice tri-tip steak, grilled chicken and sushi-grade albacore tuna cooked over an open flame. In addition, it features fresh made-to-order salads and an appealing selection of sides, shakes and malts. The Habit was named the “best tasting burger in America” in July 2014 in a comprehensive survey conducted by one of America’s leading consumer magazines. The first Habit opened in Santa Barbara, California in 1969 and has grown to over 190 locations across the U.S. King of Prussia Town Center will mark The Habit’s first Pennsylvania location.

“The Town Center has proven to be a place of leisure, celebration and relaxation for the King of Prussia region and beyond. With the incredible growth of the area, we’re excited to add more unique and highly-desired eateries, stores and services for the community to enjoy,” says Joseph Mancuso, Managing Director of CBRE Global Investors.

The King of Prussia Town Center is located at 200 W Main St, King of Prussia, PA 19401.

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